Tips to clean limescale off your fittings

Learn the most effective house remedies to get rid of water stains

Shiny taps as new with Clever tips. Discover how to clean limescale off your fittings.

Are your kitchen and bathroom taps no longer shiny due to lime stains and do not look like they used to? If there is an enemy we need to battle for our fittings to stay in good conditions, that is limescale deposits – not only to fit white marks, but to extend their lifespan, keeping the pressure and avoiding blockages in pipes and mechanisms.

If you live in an area with hard water, do not miss out our tips to get rid of those awful stains in your fittings.


Tips to remove easily water marks

Recovering the Day-One look is easier than you think, so note down our DIY tips and get that shine back.


  • Lemon

A great kitchen ally, especially when it comes to difficult stains. Slice a lemon and give it a rub. More difficult stains may require insisting, but you will be surprised how quick and effective this tip is.


  • Toothpaste

Yes, you have read it correctly! Toothpaste is a fantastic way to remove limescale from faucets. Scrub it using a cloth and rinse off using water.


  • Vinegar

Moisten a cloth with white vinegar and wipe out those white stains – you may also dilute it if preferred. This will remove stains and make your fittings shine like never before. For challenging stains, wrap the cloth around and leave for 30-60 minutes. Grab a toothbrush to help finish cleaning.


  • Flour

Another effective resource available in kitchen cupboards. Apply some flour onto the white stains and give it a rub using a cloth.


Find out about these and many more tips for your fittings in our blog. Check out our latest news in the 2017 kitchen and bathroom catalogue.

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